OUR SUSTAINABILITY & FAIR TRADE PROMISE

OUR SUSTAINABILITY & FAIR TRADE PROMISE

WHAT IS FAIR TRADE?

Fair trade provides positive trade opportunities, skill training, and job development while promoting a transparent, responsible production process.

HOW IS NATASHIA. FAIR TRADE?

Our fair-trade garments use ethically sourced US, European & Japanese fabrics that are unused or rejected by larger luxury brands. All pieces in the collection are made locally in the US and over half the collection is made to order to avoid any extra inventory or waste. We support responsible manufacturing and transparency throughout the production process. We advocate for good wages and safe workplaces for every partner we work with.

HOW IS NATASHIA. SUSTAINABLE?  

We focus on circular design and sourcing that give existing and/or recycled materials a new purpose. Because those materials are limited, we can only make special and limited quantities. Producing locally leaves a much smaller environmental footprint and keeps a transparent process we document and share with you. We make high-quality products and design shapes and colors you will carry forever.

Some of our sustainable & fair trade practices include:

MADE TO ORDER

Pre-orders & small production to ensure our products will have a home

SUSTAINABLY SOURCED

We create using unused materials from larger luxury brands, Up-cycled garments, recycled and natural fibre fabrics

MADE IN L.A.

Supporting local communities by partnering with retailers and creating jobs at production facilities

 

UP-CYCLING

Over 50% of our Collection is created out of PRE-LOVED garments and fabrics. Saving these items from Landfills, giving then a new lease of life.

We named our up-cycled pieces RE:BUILT

 

 

SHOP RE:BUILT COLLECTION HERE

PRINTING ON DEMAND

Using natural fibers & non-toxic inks, we print our own custom designed fabrics on demand in the USA.

An eco-friendly, sustainable and scalable manufacturing processes.

LEARN MORE ABOUT PRINT ON DEMAND HERE

 

Have questions about our fair-trade and sustainable production processes? Contact us here

 

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